I don't use any of those plug-ins - sorry.
But the plug-ins usually should be installed in one of the two libraries used for installation, and from your previous post I gather you already looked in both places:
- your user library -> Application Support -> Aperture -> Plug-ins
- your system volume -> Library -> Application Support -> Aperture -> Plug-ins
- Quit Aperture if it is running.
- Open the libraries in the Finder: (I think you already found those)
- The system library: click on your system drive icon on your desktop; navigate to the Library folder.
- Your User Library: Finder -> Go -> Hold down the options key -> click the Library
- Remove the plug-ins from the Application support -> Plug-ins folder.
It is weird that your plug-ins still should be working after removing them from the Library. Did you empty the Trash after uninstalling?
To make Aperture forget the plug-ins, empty the trash and then restart the system to empty all caches.
Then try again.
If the plug-ins still appear in the menus, remove the Aperture preferences file from the Preferences folder in the user library, as described here:
Aperture 3: Troubleshooting Basics: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3805
Post back, if you need more advice.
And I hope a Nik-plug-in user will join us here
ok, this is a term that throws me off "application support". I do not see a listing for that under finder. only under the library. I only see "application".
BTW You are the FIRST person to post how to find "library" under "go" by holding down "option". I have been missing taht for a full day. Also the plugins are not listed there.
You need to search these folders inside your Libraries and dive down thru the hierarchie of folders:
To find "Application Support" in your System Library
- double click the icon of your hard drive to open a Finder window.
- In the Finder window double click the Library icon
- You should see a folder named "Application Support" inside the Library.
- Double click and in the Finder window that opens navigate to "Aperture"
- Search the Plug-ins folder.
Do the same for the User Library.